The CRTC today released two consultation notices that could result in big changes to Canadian broadcasting and telecom privacy. The broadcasting consultation proposes a major change to spending on Canadian English television productions, which has been flat compared to regular increases for spending on U.S. programming. The CRTC puts forward […]
Archive for February 13th, 2009
Apple Claims Unlocking iPhone Violates the DMCA
Apple has filed a response to the U.S. Copyright Office's review of the DMCA exceptions that argues that unlocking the iPhone infringes copyright and violates the DMCA. The applicability of anti-circumvention legislation to cellphone unlocking was a major issue under Bill C-61.
Former Privacy Commissioner Radwanski Acquitted
Former Federal Privacy Commissioner George Radwanski has been acquitted of criminal fraud charges.